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Preparation of heat stabilized tissue samples for downstream analysis

After heat stabilization, it is important to follow an optimal protocol to maximize recovery of the proteins and peptides of interest and ensure that the final extracts are in a suitable condition for further analysis. Below you find a general protocol covering the most important aspects to think about when working with your heat stabilized tissue sample.

Techical note, Extraction of proteins from heat stabilized tissue samples

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